Invitation to join the Tier 4 pilot – what does this mean for those with an offer for a Master's course at Warwick which is no longer than 13 months in length?
On 18 December 2017, the Immigration Minister announced that 23 universities, including Warwick, had been invited to join the Tier 4 pilot, which was first launched in 2015 involving only four institutions: Oxford, Cambridge, Imperial and Bath.
Major announcements made by UK Government on international students: '97% go home when visas expire'
The government has, this week, published a number of very significant reports relating to international students and (net) migration. The Home Secretary has also commissioned the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) to undertake a review of the impact of international students, by September 2018.
With the Easter vacation approaching you may be planning to explore the UK or further afield.
It has been brought to our attention that there is a current scam which is targeting Tier 4 students. Some students may receive a telephone call from an individual who fraudulently purports to represent the Home Office.
Advice for students affected by new aviation security measures to introduce restrictions on some electronic items in hand luggage for affected routes.
EEA students and Comprehensive Sickness Insurance (CSI)
ATAS email problems in China
The new Immigration Guide for Tier 4 students starting their studies at Warwick in 2016/17 is now available online. New students will also receive a copy when they arrive at Warwick.
More information about the Immigration Policy Changes from 6 April 2016 and how they might affect you.
Australian and New Zealand nationals will need to pay the Immigration Health Charge for relevant UK visa applications from 6 April 2016. News article from Home Office